Love & Hip Hop: Rasheeda Speaks On The Status Of Her Relationship With Kirk Since Giving Birth To Baby Karter

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Did baby Karter cure daddy Kirk of his dirty-dog ways?

On season 2 of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, we watched Kirk and Rasheeda’s marriage go from bad to worse to almost non-existent by the end of the season finale.  But now that they’ve welcomed a new addition to their family and had some time away from the cameras to sort it all out, have things gotten any better?

Rasheeda recently sat down for a quick chat with Mara The Socialite of 4UMF to spill the beans on how things are now.

Check out a few excerpts from the interview below.

On new son baby Karter:
“He’s great, he’s absolutely great! He’s just a handsome little angel. Of course you know the first month – we haven’t reached our first month yet – but yeah, it’s rough. It’s every 3 hours. Doesn’t matter the time. Twelve midnight, three in the morning, six, nine, twelve, it’s no joke.”

On Kirk as a father to baby Karter (after initially demanding that Rasheeda have an abortion):

“He’s actually just amazing to be honest with you. He’s just been a great father, he’s been, you know, allowing me to get my rest as much as possible, and regardless to the fact that you can’t get past the crying that you hear from the baby, but he’s been really, really great.

You know he’s always been a good father regardless of how it looked on television as far as the things he said about ‘I’m tired of raising kids,’ and whatnot, you know. He has four adult children over [age] 18 that he was more so speaking about, but as far as him in Karter’s life, he’s just been 100% just doing his damn thing.”

We have to give props to Rasheeda for still being able to separate her opinion on Kirk as a father now from him as a husband in spite of everything that went down initially. Hit the flip to hear what she had to say about the current status of their marriage, whether or not she thinks reality TV is to blame for their problems, and more.

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